C.O.C.A. Meeting Dates

 

>Thursday March 7th, 2019 @ 7:30pm<

 

Agenda:  MPP Stephen Crawford will be attending. Several issues are affecting

Ontario residents including education and health care funding, amalgamation,

cannabis, green space, car insurance rates.

 

Location: 

C.O.C.A. meetings are held at Hilton Garden Inn, 2774 South Sheridan Way,

Oakville ON. When you arrive at the hotel, ask the desk concierge for

confirmation of meeting room.

 

*Hot beverages provided.

 

 

Thursday April 4th, 2019 @ 7:30pm

Agenda:

Presentation by Elise Cole, Oakville Public Library, Central Branch and Danika Bernard,

Clearview Branch. An entertaining and informative overview of Oakville Library programs,

collections, resouces, website and technology, systemwide and also here at our Clearview

branch. Come out and hear about all that is available and coming soon!

 

 

* We recommend you check the C.O.C.A. website for possible meeting cancellations or

date changes a day before you plan to attend. C.O.C.A. Board Members do their best to

uphold scheduled meetings though on rare occasions may need to cancel or postpone a

meeting(s) due to weather conditions or other unforeseen conflicts.*

 

 

What is the Clearview Oakville Community Alliance?

 

Clearview Oakville Community Alliance (C.O.C.A.), is the residents association for the Clearview community. Regular meetings are usually held at 7:30 pm on the first Thursday of the month (except for July and August) at the Hilton Garden Inn, located at 2774 South Sheridan Way. However; adjustments to the week are made occasionally. Any changes to the meeting schedule will be noted here. All residents are invited to attend and to bring forward community concerns or issues. Come out to meet your neighbours and learn about your community.   

 

What does C.O.C.A. do for Clearview?

  • Assists residents with various neighbourhood issues, Town& Region services

  • Raises neighborhood issues with Town and Region representatives

  • Represents Clearview at Town Council & Committee meetings, Mayor’s Community Leaders Roundtable, Regional and Boards of Education meetings

  • Delegates on issues affecting Clearview with different government authorities

  • Lobbies for Clearview to have services & amenities (such as our public school & library, leash free park, traffic calming, sound barrier walls, tree plantings, etc.) – issues that the community brings to us

  • Brings speakers to monthly C.O.C.A. meetings to speak and update the community on various matters of interest (e.g. security, transit, schools, trees, town and regional developments and activities)

  • Organizes monthly meetings, annual Clean-up & BBQ, and AGM (Annual General Meeting)

  • Coordinates with the other Ward 3 residents associations on various ward and Town matters and concerns

 

Why join C.O.C.A.?

  • Stay Informed about challenges and opportunities within Clearview
  • Meet Town & Region representatives at our meetings, incl. Mayor & Councillors
  • Learn about resident surveys, open houses, & public consultations affecting your family, home, neighborhood and Town

 

Want Clearview community e-news updates?

Join our C.O.C.A. e-mail list for current updates on the happenings and issues in the community. Just e-mail clearviewcoca@gmail.com to be added to the list.

 

Want to Volunteer With C.O.C.A.? 

If you are interested in joining the C.O.C.A. Board, volunteering for various C.O.C.A. initiatives and/or helping with Clearview’s Annual Clean-Up & BBQ in 2019, please contact us.

 

You can always email us at clearviewcoca@gmail.com

         

 

 

C.O.C.A. Executive and Board or Directors

 

Bob Brabers - President - rbrabers@sympatico.ca

Susan Alksnis - VP

Carol Deeth - VP

Tracy Chu - Treasurer

Louise Hynds - Secretary

Brenda Apel

Steve Dickie

Abel Khan

Steven Laurie

Maura Morrison

Bob Pleau

Garfield Wu


 

 

 

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